The Milwaukee Brewers wasted little time making their first move of what should turn out to be a very busy winter in Milwaukee. Trevor Hoffman has agreed to a contract for the 2010 season with a mutual option for the 2011 season. News of the Hoffman re-signing first popped up on Sunday when he mentioned to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that both he and the Brewers were close on an agreement for his return next season. Buster Olney is now reporting that the deal is done and Hoffman will indeed return to the Brewers' bullpen next year. The deal will earn him $8 million for the year. He will look to become the first closer in Major League history to save 600 games. The Brewers tried to sign Hoffman for multiple years last winter, but he wanted to play a season in Milwaukee first before commi ...
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